Cutting in those German hardwood sawmills which reported their volumes amounted to 1.574 million m³ in 2019. Compared to previous years, the overall volume remained relatively stable. In 2018, nearly 1.58 million m³ of hardwood logs were cut in Germany, and in 2017, cutting was at 1.56 million m³. Pollmeier Massivholz is by far the biggest company: In 2019, cutting amounted to 325,000 m³ both in Aschaffenburg and in Creuzburg, whereas 140,000 m³ of logs were cut in Malchow. In total, Pollmeier thus reported a volume of 790,000 m³ which ...
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